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Steve Kraemer & the Bluesicians performs blues classics.
Come into Slainte Pub for $5 Irish Coffee all day on Sundays. Fill your stomachs with Corned Beef and Cabbage for only $10.
The Vagabond Players will perform The Foreigner, an acclaimed play about a shy Englishman who pretends not to understand his American guests as they confess their secrets to him.
A performance of classic blues music.
Live performance at Cat's Eye Pub.
This reliable little Fells Point sushi house has demonstrated impressive consistency and staying power, and we know a few mavens who swear up and down that the sushi here is the best in town. The udon, tempuras, pajun (Korean-style pancakes), and gyoza are all a notch above the norm, too.
Brick Oven Pizza is so proud of its wood-burning stove and old-school baking method that it named itself after it, but you're gonna be all about the almost infinite kinds of pizza you can dream up by combining its 53-plus toppings options. Or just opt for one of its house specialties: go cheesy (the mozzarella, ricotta, provolone, Romano, fontina, and Gorgonzola Lucky 7 White Cheese), go traditional (the mozzarella and fresh basil Margarite Lisa), or just go nutty (the barbecue chicken and shrimp).
Enjoy crab cakes, seafood, and pasta overlooking the Inner Harbor in Fells Point.
Typical corner grill fare, except with an eye to detail and freshness.
Dance and live music venue with a Latin restaurant, tapas bar, salsa dance lessons, and V.I.P. treatment for members.
Leadbetters Tavern focuses on live music with two shows nightly featuring local and regional musicians playing blues, folk, guitar heavy folk, and other roots music. Never a cover.
Listen to progressive and dance music two to three days a week.
Mobtown's oldest sushi purveyors have two full-service restaurants: in a downtown townhouse and on the water in Fells Point. The view's better in Fells, but parking is much easier downtown; the service and sushi are great at both. Take off your shoes, fold your legs under a low table, and let the clean flavors of raw fish rid you of the nasty. People say the tempura is good, and there are all manner of complicated rolls on the menu, if you're into that sort of thing, but with seafood this fresh, why spoil it? Just chase the yellowtail with sake, and then order some more yellowtail.
Reservations required and can only be made by parties of 15 or more guests. Shares space with the Fin, a café.
When Pierpoint opened in 1989, chef Nancy Longo's little restaurant created quite a local stir. For the first time Maryland food--specifically, Chesapeake cuisine--was being treated not just seriously but reverentially. Seventeen years later the crowds might have thinned, but Pierpoint is still quietly concentrating on dishes that showcase the freshest and most excellent of local ingredients. If it's been a while since your last visit, you'll be relieved to know that the smoked crab cakes are still on the menu, and the Silver Queen corn chowder still reigns as the house soup.
Mexican cuisine specializing in mostly steak and chicken entrees. Friendly service and an extraordinary selection top off the dining experience.
For a town with such a significant Polish immigrant population, Baltimore sure is thin on the pierogi. Fortunately, Ze Mean Bean fills this gap beautifully. The pierogi plate is a lifesaver, with homemade tender dough pockets of potato and cheese, cabbage, or sweet farmers cheese. But we also highly recommend the voluptuous holupki (stuffed cabbage) and the leczo, homemade potato dumplings sautéed with fresh house-made sausage. Those new to Eastern European eats should go for the Slavic Sampler, a butter-slathered plate of Polish mother's love.
This bright, clean Fells Point diner is open 24 hours during the weekend, making it an ideal place to soak up some of that alcohol you've been pounding back at the neighborhood's bars before you head home. The menu is fairly typical diner food. It offers breakfast all day as well as the usual burgers, sandwiches, and comfort food entrées. Despite the name, the menu's smattering of Greek items don't really impress, but if you stick to the basics you'll do well at Zeus. We like the thick, crunchy, and never greasy fries and the dense carrot cake.
501 N. Calvert St.
Baltimore, MD 21278
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